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    • Nihat
    • 28.12.07 | 22:04 (IST)

    [1] We ARE not supporting Hamas, if you want create a Peace in ME you have to talk to everyone, not Just Fatah. Turkey wants Hamas to lay their guns, accept Israel and only become a Political entity. Now that might not sound a like a good news but Turkey had its heart on the right place. [2] Well, come on... You cannot just dismiss AKP's work, and just say it was all Kemal Dervis. [3] "the man who scratches his belly voted" hmmm I don't know if I should be insulted by that comment but it is ok I'll let that one go. Ultra Islamist agenda... hmmm you know what, you sound like one those Elitest Turks, they were trying to convince the Public that AKP had a secret Ultra Islamic agenda. If AKP starts bringing Islamic laws, then I will completely remove my support but they are trying and working hard to get Turkey into EU, that can only be a good thing, yes it might take a decade or two. [4] Again, you make a statement you cannot back!! [5] dont have any space to explain this more

    from the article: Source: Turkey worried Israel's support waning over Kurd issue
    First published 00:00 27.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 27.12.07
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